It's important to understand the strength's and limitations of robotic vacuum cleaners as it pertains to the carpets you own.
If you own shag, or high-pile carpets, you may want to get a higher end model, so that it can map your home and learn to avoid getting tangled on them.
- So another thing you should know, and the second thing you should sort of prepare your house when you have your robotic vacuum cleaner is carpets.
Nice clean carpets, low-pile, you're probably fine.
However all robotic vacuum cleaners, regardless of the manufacture or the type, they're all low to the ground and they all have itty bitty little wheels.
And that means high carpets, shag, high-pile, they're gonna have a problem traversing that and they will probably get stuck.
So just quickly check your house, understand if there's a room that maybe the first time you run it, you should close the door and make sure it doesn't encounter that thick carpet the first time. The other thing to think about when it comes to carpets, tassels.
Very enticing to robotic vacuum cleaners so again, just be aware as you watch your robotic vacuum learn your environment, get used to your house, that you're giving it the most welcoming home you possibly can.
Some of the newer products though have the ability to use your app to actually carve out parts of your home, parts of your room, or parts of a floor plan that you could exclude from the cleaning.
And that kinda capability in an app-driven robotic vacuum cleaner will allow you to make sure that it doesn't wind up going where it probably isn't gonna do well in your house. So think about that when you're buying a robotic vacuum.